Permanent makeup (also known as Micro Pigmentation) consists of implanting natural pigments under the superficial layers of the skin the artists gently deposit color pigments under the skin with a tattoo needle.
Appointment times vary depending on the service (brows, lips, etc) and whether it's a new application or a touchup. Most services are between 1 and 2.5 hours
Completely. We use a new disposable, sterile needle for each client and we make sure to thoroughly disinfect all tools and machines.
If you are allergic to traditional makeup, are physically active, have sparse, thin or faintly colored eyebrows and lashes or have a problem with applying or smearing of traditional makeup. Permanent makeup may also be used to camouflage scars and correct skin discolorations such as vitiligo. Individuals with alopecia (abnormal hair loss) and recovering cancer patients can benefit from cosmetic or reconstructive tattooing.
Yes, in most cases diabetics can have permanent makeup done. Diabetics are known to sometimes have difficulties with healing so proper after care is important. It is always wise to consult with your physician as things may vary with each person and their health condition.